Course Instructor

Raksha Sule is a PhD candidate at the University of Toronto. She completed her Bachelors of Medical Science at Western University and her Masters of Science in Global Health from McMaster University. Broadly, Raksha’s work intersects at the global health, capacity building and education pinnacle. She is passionate about the use of innovative and contextualized educational models in low resource settings, reflective practice, and the integration of the student and patient voice during curriculum design and implementation stages. Specifically, her PhD research will study these themes by assessing whether case-based learning can be used as a vehicle to develop professionalism amongst medical students at a rural Indian medical college. As well, Raksha is the Curriculum Developer for Global MINDS at Western University, where she creates the curriculum for various learning streams for students and professionals to apply the social innovation lens for solution development, implementation and evaluation to complex mental health system challenges in low resource settings (e.g. Kenya and the Indigenous population in London, Ontario, Canada).
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